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secretary kathleen sebelius. >> you said to hold you accountable which is why today, madam secretary, i repeat my request that you resign. >>> wall street is a twitter. the social media site is hoping to offer its initial publishings of stock. >>> and rock 'n' roll legends team up to help america's veterans in need. captioning funded by cbs veterans in need. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, november 7th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. >>> we begin with the affordable care act and the word from health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is expect more bad news. testifying on capitol hill sebelius admitted repairs of the health care website involved a couple of hundred fixes and, quote, we're not where we need to be. one lawmaker asked for a weekly update, and the president heard from angry democratic senators and traveled to texas, the heart of the obama care opposition. tara mergener is in washington. good morning, tara. >> good morning, tara. the trip to texas was supposed to be just a fund-raising event. instead the president
and human services secretary kathleen sebelius answers questions from the senate finance committee. susan mcginnis has the latest from washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. this will be the third time she comes to the hill to talk about the health care law. she'll likely focus on the positive aspects of it and the improvements they've made to the website. that's what mary tavenner did. probably neither of them will apiece all the critics of the website and the health care law. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is on capitol hill today answering questions about the troubled healthcare.gov website. >> we're now more than 30 days into one of the greatest website disasters in history. after nearly $400 million, healthcare.gov is synonymous with failure. >> yesterday the head of the government agency administers the website says fixes are working. mary tavenner says healthcare.gov can now process nearly 17,000 people registering every hour with almost no errors. the government needs more enrollees, especially healthy young people to help make insurance
. in the hot seat, repeat performances. tomorrow first, marilyn tavenner and wednesday, kathleen sebelius. anne-marie. >> thank you. >>> this morning, the trial of egyptian mohamed morsi was adjourned because of violence insightment. they released this video it shows morsi in detention at a secret location. morsi hasn't been seen in public in four months. the trial location was changed at the last minute to try and avoid the mass rallies planned by morsi's brotherhood muslim supporters. if convicted, morsi could face the death penalty. >>> and houston texans head coach gary kubiak is said to be in stable condition after a frightening incident on the field during last night's football game against the indianapolis colts. the 52-year-old coach collapsed. and was taken to the hospital in front of thousands of spectators. jericka duncan is here with more. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. texans team officials say kubiak did not suffer a heart attack but say he was light-headed and dizzy when he collapsed. kubiak is the second nfl coach in as many days to be hospitalized after a medical em
information. >> reporter: for health and human services secretary, kathleen sebelius, said, at a hearing, americans don't need to worry about security on healthcare.gov. we know many are already experiencing security breaches. she is back for another hearing. >> another hearing. perhaps another grilling >>> today is election day. a slate of political contests are on ballots across the country. the closely watched governor's race in agenda has become a referendum on obama care. democrats are pushing terry mcauliffe in a tight race against a tea party favorite. >> are you willing to make your case every single hour every single minute? >> campaigning for democrat, terry mcauliffe, sunday, president obama, said republican, ken cuccinelli, a favorite of the tea party and a staunch opponent of abortion and gay rights, is too conservative for the swing state of virginia. it is an argument mccough live has been making. >> cuccinelli tried to ban common forms of birth control. >> even the bill. >> even the pill. >> way too extreme. >> reporter: mcauliffe told us that his strategy in this race wi
services secretary kathleen sebelius said at a hearing here last week, americans do not need to worry about security on healthcare.gov. but we now know that many americans are already experiencing security breaches. sebelius is back here, anne-marie, for another hearing tomorrow. >> another hearing, perhaps another grilling. susan mcginnis in washington, thank you. >>> well, today is election day. a slate of political contests are on ballot across the country. the closely watched governor's race in virginia has become a referendum on obama care. as chip reid reports democrats are pushing terry mcauliffe in a tight race against a tea party favorite. >> are you willing to make your case every single hour, every single minute? >> reporter: campaigning for democrat terry mcauliffe sunday president obama said ken cuccinelli, a favorite of the tea party and a staunch opponent of abortion and gay rights is too conservative for the switch state of virginia. it's an argument mcauliffe has been making in a barrage of negative ads. >> cuccinelli tried to ban common forms of birth control. >> even the
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